set free

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set free

  1. (transitive) To release, to free, to give freedom to.
    • 1921, Margaret Pedler, The Moon Out Of Reach, ch. 36:
      "Well, you can tell Nan that she won't marry Peter Mallory with my consent. I'll never set her free to be another man's wife."

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